Bits & Bytes

AUTHORITARIANISM: CLICK [1:25] to hear a PBS talking head fail to get former Chinese political prisoner Ai Weiwei to bash Trump.

BETO: In 2018, Beto O’Rourke ran against Republican Sen. Ted Cruz where he lost by a narrow margin. But in that race, a large number of Texans voted for him and for Republican Gov. Abbott (who won by double digits). In 2020, Beto ran in the Democratic presidential primary, but he had to drop out after just 8 months when his popularity and funding cratered.

Since then, Gov. Abbott has gained enormous support from traditionally Democrat voters who are sick to death of the mess that Biden’s open border policies have created. In fact, a longtime Democratic state representative just announced he is formally switching parties because he’s fed up with Democrat support for “defunding the police, … destroying the oil and gas industry and the chaos at our border.” -Rep. Ryan Guillen of Rio Grande City, Texas

So guess what Beto the Brain Trust has just announced?! He’s going to run against Abbott in 2022! BWAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!

COVID-19: California has mask requirements and a higher vaccination rate than Florida, yet California’s coronavirus rate is currently double that of Florida’s.

CRT: In Fort Worth, a pro-critical race theory activist named Malikk Austin shouted at a group of anti-CRT parents, saying that he has “over 1,000 soldiers ready to go” and that they will come “locked and loaded” to the next meeting. Austin is a former member of the The Brotherhood black militia group.

In Missouri, a teacher has sued her school district over CRT, saying it drives a wedge between parents and their children. OF COURSE IT DOES. That’s Neo-Marxism 101, honey.

“CRT has its roots in the early 20th Century thought of neo-Marxist Antonio Gramsci, founder of the Italian Communist Party. His desire was to spur on the stalled communism of 19th Century social revolutionists Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels toward an overthrow of the “bourgeoisie” (ruling middle- and upper-class) by the proletariat (working-class). To accomplish this goal, societal norms and institutions, such as family, nation state, capitalism, and God, needed to be torn down, and this is where we begin to see the notion of group-based morality, with the idea that what is moral is what serves the interests of the ‘oppressed’ or ‘marginalized.’

FAUXTUS: Laura Ingraham compares media coverage of Trump and Biden [7:43] – CLICK [8:44] to hear Rob Schmitt report on recent polls showing a true red wave looming over Democrats.

LONDON: On Sunday, a suicide bomber blew himself up outside a hospital in Liverpool. Metro UK reports he had asked David Perry, the taxi driver, to take him to a memorial service for fallen soldiers that was being held at Liverpool’s Anglican Cathedral. After finding the roads were blocked, he then told Perry to stop outside the hospital. When Perry noticed him messing around with his clothing in a way that didn’t look right at all, he bailed out of the taxi and locked the passenger inside. God alone knows why the bomb went off inside the taxi or how many lives Perry saved with his quick thinking.

RITTENHOUSE: The Five responds to Monday’s closing arguments. [17:54] – CLICK the NYPost link for Gagliano’s scathing report on the AD’s pathetic performance. CLICK the NotTheBee link for an analysis of just how many ways the AD screwed up when he pointed an AR-15 at the jury. CLICK the Twitchy links for more.

TRUMP: Summer Zervos has dropped the defamation lawsuit she filed against then-President Trump in 2017 after he called her a liar and said her claim that he had sexually assaulted her in 2007 was a hoax. In a separate ruling, a judge dismissed a lawsuit brought by the notoriously corrupt ex-lawyer, Michael Cohen, against the Trump Organization seeking nearly $4 million.

TWITTER: When the New York Post published contents of Hunter Biden’s laptop, Twitter censored their articles, supposedly because it was “content obtained without authorization.” As you may recall, the laptop and its contents became the legal property of a computer repairman when Biden declined to pay for repairs and pick up the machine.

But Twitter is now allowing a New York Times article to be tweeted that is based on Project Veritas materials that were leaked by federal investigators. The Project Veritas materials were obtained by the FBI in the first place during a bogus investigation.

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  1. Had to slow the N Korean gal’s video to .75 to keep up with the captions.

    Always impressed by these folks — surprised and amazed by what we don’t even think about and take for granted. Ice water!

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